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Family of Displaced Palestinian Woman with Vision Impairment Appeals for Urgent Treatment

Published : 11-06-2019

Family of Displaced Palestinian Woman with Vision Impairment Appeals for Urgent Treatment

The family of the Palestinian girl Israa Bahaa AlDeen Ali, who was displaced from Syria’s Khan Eshieh Camp to Ein AlHilweh refugee camp, south of Lebanon, has urged the international human rights and humanitarian institutions to work on securing the fees needed to treat their girl, diagnosed with sight loss.

The family said Israa, born in 1990, is slated to undergo a surgery in Russia after medics in Syria and Lebanon failed to provide her with the required treatment. The surgery is worth $10,000.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria seeking shelter in Lebanon have been subjected to dire socio-economic conditions and a precarious legal status as the Lebanese authorities continue to rebuff their appeals for legal visas and access to the local labor market. Palestinians’ lack of access to vital services, particularly health care, has made life unbearable in the Lebanese territories.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8753

The family of the Palestinian girl Israa Bahaa AlDeen Ali, who was displaced from Syria’s Khan Eshieh Camp to Ein AlHilweh refugee camp, south of Lebanon, has urged the international human rights and humanitarian institutions to work on securing the fees needed to treat their girl, diagnosed with sight loss.

The family said Israa, born in 1990, is slated to undergo a surgery in Russia after medics in Syria and Lebanon failed to provide her with the required treatment. The surgery is worth $10,000.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria seeking shelter in Lebanon have been subjected to dire socio-economic conditions and a precarious legal status as the Lebanese authorities continue to rebuff their appeals for legal visas and access to the local labor market. Palestinians’ lack of access to vital services, particularly health care, has made life unbearable in the Lebanese territories.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8753